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First comes the sun, then come the savings. Weather permitting, SWA Sausalito’s annual electricity bill could be cut by as much as 44% compared with last year’s figure. After two weeks of impressive overhead racket, a 198-module solar PV system now resides on adjoining south-facing roof exposures of the office building. Sun Light & Power’s… Read more »

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SWA leads an option studio at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Fall Semester 2013   “Essayons!” meaning “Let us try” in French, was the motto first used by the United States Army Corps of Engineers in 1775. The motto has since evolved to “Building Strong,” reflecting its mission to “strengthen the nation’s security,… Read more »

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What does it take to create a new link within an existing community? For our Houston designers, they have been hard at work for more than the past decade in creating a city-wide green system of Bayous and pedestrian trails for environmental—as well as social—good. And now, the famed Buffalo Bayou is getting another pedestrian… Read more »

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